Facing Lysikratous Square and the “Fanari of Diogenes”, this superb residence harmoniously combines modern living with the feeling and taste of old Athens. The building measures 444m² and was constructed in 2006 on land of 177m². The ground floor of 158m² features an entrance hall, a large dining room with a glass ceiling which sits 18 people, a study-sitting room with fireplace, a fully-equipped kitchen, a guest wc, and a maids room. From the entrance hall, a staircase leads to the upper level living room - an open space with a bar and a fireplace - which is perfect for cozy evenings with friends. The roof garden with terrace which lies exactly above enjoys an open view to the Acropolis, Lycabetus, the ancient ruins on the square in front, and the neoclassical buildings of Plaka. From the study area a second staircase leads up to the master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a large open bathroom, and down to three bedrooms sharing two bathrooms. A large playroom is situated between the children’s bedrooms, and ample storage and secondary spaces complete the residence. Modern and at the same time traditional, this home is the perfect choice for someone who would like to live in a house with contemporary architecture in the heart of ancient Greece. The building may also be used as a museum, a foundation, or an exposition center.